Candles in the Night: Jewish Tales...

To keep aglow the candles of human sympathy, the editor has compiled nearly a thousand items of significant non-Jewish literary and historical expression about the Jews. This volume includes twenty-three short stories and episodes from fourteen different national literatures.

CANDLES IN THE NIGHT JEWISH TALES BY GENTILE AUTHORS

Candles in the Night: Jewish Tales by Gentile Authors


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FRONT MATTERTitle PageCopyright PageINTRODUCTIONPREFACE: A NOTE ON ANTI-SEMITISMCONTENTSCANDLES IN THE NIGHT: JEWISH TALES BY GENTILE AUTHORSGIOVANNI BOCCACCIO: A Tale Of Three RingsCARL EWALD: My Little BoyMAURUS JOKAI: How I Became a Friend of the JewsANTON CHEKHOV: Rothschild 's FiddleMAXIM GORKY: The Little BoyRICARDA HUCH: The Jew 's GraveANATOLE FRANCE: An Anti-Semite in the CountryTHOMAS NELSON PAGE: The Jew and the ChristianJOHAN AUGUST STRINDBERG: Peter the HermitPER HALLSTRM: ArsarethCOUNT VILLIERS DE L 'ISLE ADAM: The Torture of HopeI.L.CARGIALE: The Easter TorchKARL KLOSTERMANN: The Jew of S...ADAM SZYMANSKI: Srulfrom LubartwHAMLEN HUNT: The Saluting DollELIZA ORZESZKO: Give Me a Flower!LEOPOLD VON SACHER-MASOCH: Galeb JekarimERNESTS BIRZNIEKS-UPTS: SeskinSTEPHEN VINCENT BENT: Jacob and the IndiansMYRA KELLY: Morris and the Honorable TimBEN AMES WILLIAMS: SheenerSINCLAIR LEWIS: The Life and Death of a GodCONINGSBY DAWSON: The Unknown Soldier
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